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Analysis

Guildhall Art Gallery

No place like home: Staycations, Part 3

15 Aug 17

Looking for a vacation without airport stress and high costs? Read the third part of a trip around the UK’s best holiday destinations

Belfast

No place like home: Staycations, Part 2

14 Aug 17

Looking for a vacation without airport stress and high costs? Read the second part of a trip around the UK’s best holiday destinations

Projects

Black-stained House

Wild imaginings: Beach huts, Part 2

14 Aug 17

The humble British beach hut is being reconfigured for the 21st century, as Part 2 of our guide shows

Project news

Swanscombe Peninusla

Plans for £3.2bn Kent theme park to go in next spring

18 Aug 17

Final round of public consulation to take place early next year

Office building Newcastle Science Central designed by Ryder Architecture

Planners approve £65m office building at Newcastle's Science Central

17 Aug 17

Eight-storey building has been designed by Ryder Architecture

The Stage 2

Multiplex off £750m Shoreditch mixed-use scheme

17 Aug 17

Hunt for a replacement contractor for the commercial element of the scheme is underway

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Rejigged Docklands skyscrapper set for approval

17 Aug 17

Planners are backing the revised scheme after its height and footprint reduction

Golden Lane plans by Hawkins Brown

Plans for new residential block on Golden Lane take a step forward

16 Aug 17

Two London boroughs are behind the scheme to build 66 new flats and a new school on the site near the Barbican

Abcam interior

Life sciences firm's new HQ unveiled

15 Aug 17

Scheme in Cambridge is due to complete in late 2018

Sketch of the week

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Sketch of the week: London regeneration project

11 Aug 17

This week’s #buildingdoodle sketch is by architect Patrick Spears of bptw partnership

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Image of the week: Facing their Waterloo

11 Aug 17

Workers at Waterloo station, London, on Monday

Comment

Mark-Farmer

Why we must transform

14 Aug 17 | By Mark Farmer

Construction must change its ways. The government may at last be listening to our concerns, but if the sector does not innovate and attract a new breed of young workers, then it is in serious trouble

Online poll

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Online poll: Contractor margins

9 Aug 17

Can major contractors realistically hit margins of 5% in the near future?

From the archive

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This week in 2007

11 Aug 17

Premiership football teams seek new stadiums

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